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The Genesis 427 FE Side Oiler Aluminum Block

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Super thick Siamese cast cylinder walls.

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O.D. of cylinder wall is squared off for increased strength.

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Outside of block looks likes an original 1965 427  FE Side Oiler, with screw in freeze plugs. Vintage serial number and 1965 casting date are located in the original positions.

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Oiling system identical to 1968 427  FE Side Oiler.

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Aluminum blocks are A-356-T6 including custom made flanged ductile iron sleeves .125" thick.

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Pattern work, foundry work and all machine work done in the USA.

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Reinforced areas include: main webbing, main housing area, oil pan rail,
cam support and crankshaft skirt.

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Lifter galleys are drilled to accept hydraulic or solid lifters.

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Water transfer passage from block to head has been reduced to prevent upper four corners from cracking, (a problem area for all FE blocks).

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Deck surface thickness increased 3/8 (over stock) for added strength.

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Water jacket passage is cast shallower to increase bottom end strength.

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Main caps are 8620 billet steel.

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Cross bolt diameter increased from 3/8 to 7/16.

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The aluminum block bore range is 4.223" to 4.310".  Standard bore is .010" under 4.250".
 

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The aluminum block weighs just 118 lbs.

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The aluminum block base price is $4410.00 (Prices subject to change).
Special Order Options:

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Old drain back holes drilled for 427 SOHC head application are available.

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Custom bore sizes available.

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Custom oiling options available.

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Roller cam bearing bores available.

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Extra thick decks for short stroke available.

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Nickel shot exterior available.

Stroke - Bore Combinations*

    4.223" Bore 4.250" Bore 4.310" Bore  
  3.980" Stroke 448 c.i. 451 c.i. 464 c.i.  
  4.125" Stroke 464 c.i. 468 c.i. 481 c.i.  
  4.250" Stroke 478 c.i. 482 c.i. 496 c.i.  
  4.375" Stroke 492 c.i. 496 c.i. 510 c.i.  
* Cubic Inches = (Bore/2)2 x 3.1416 x Stroke x 8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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